Dipuil staff has sensitized MSc. students in Mechanical Engineering Department on how to carry out patent search on 22nd May, 2018 at ELB 012. The objective of the workshop was to expose them to various databases to enable them access and use patent information in the public domain for research and innovation.
Dr. Kinsuk Mani Sinha, a post-doctoral fellow of the Delft Global Initiative, Netherlands paid a courtesy call to the Director, DIPUIL on 18th September, 2017 to share information and skills in promotion of innovation for research and development. Dr Sihna is conducting a study on the state of innovation in the region. She was accompanied by an Administrative Officer from RPE, Carolyne Olweny.
Intellectual Property Management Benchmarking Team from National Agricultural Research Organization (NARO) of Uganda visited JKUAT Main Campus on 4th July, 2017 and met with the Director, DIPUIL. The meeting was held in IPIC Boardroom and covered issues on IP Management, extension and technology transfer in the University. The Ugandan Team was headed by Dr. Imelda N. Kashaija, Deputy Director General, Agricultural Technology Promotion accompanied by Joseph Mbihayeimaana, Senior Intellectual Property Officer, and Jane Kugonza, Senior Outreach Officer. The Director, DIPUIL Eng. BK Kariuki elucidated the importance of prudent management of IP in a University setting… Continue reading →
The Director, DIPUIL attended and presented a paper on the state of IP Management in JKUAT at the KAREN CAMPUS, NAIROBI, KENYA on 14th July, 2017. He was accompanied by the University Patent Drafting Officer, Fred Otswong’o who presented a paper on the challenges facing public universities in preparation and drafting of patent claims. The Conference was organized by Law, Science and Technology Department, School of Law, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Karen Campus
Since the beginning of April, 2017 DIPUIL has been operating from a newly renovated space that is located within the Engineering Workshops behind IPIC building.
The two institutions have signed a MOU/MOA on further development of a Utility Model concerning complementary food for moderately malnourished children that aims to enhance the nutrition status of children aged between 6-23 months old and other vulnerable groups in Kenya. The invention was done by researchers from both institutions.